Summary: SEGA Superstars Tennis is a game that brings together some of the most treasured and well known characters from the SEGA universe, in some of the most unusual courts and outrageous settings ever imagined.
Excerpt: , et. al. Then your smile will grow bigger as you and your friends take these characters into multiplayer singles or doubles competition. Unfortunately before you know it, your friends are going to leave and you are then going to be left with a frown as the single-player action is barely passable.
Pros: Characters take you down memory lane., Tennis matches aren't terrible., Wii controls are spot on.
Cons: Graphics could be better., Some songs are awful., Game could use better design throughout.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: This is one of those games that everyone is going to get something different out of, and provided you're not expecting anything like a serious tennis sim then I think most gamers will be pleasantly surprised overall.
Summary: Bottom Line – this game isn’t worth fifty bucks. Wait until it hits the 19.99 price tag and then Sega Superstars tennis will be appropriately priced. There’s nothing this game doesn’t offer than Wii Sport ‘s version of tennis doesn’t have save for Planet Superstars, and that’s such a mess it...
Conclusion: Overall, Sega Superstars Tennis offers a nice pick up and play tennis game similar to the likes of Mario tennis and while you wait for a new installment of Mario Tennis on the Wii, this one should do for now.
Excerpt: There is nothing super about this What can I say about Sega Superstars Tennis? Probably the best way to sum it up is that it’s a representation of every game Sega has made post-Saturn: something that shows a ton of promise, but only delivers in non-key moments.
Pros: Passable Graphics, Lots of retro Sega characters, Curien Masion stage is great fun
Cons: Controls are broken, Some glitches, Voice acting is horrible, Every stage other than Curien mansion sucks, No online mode, No Mii support, Too many mini-games